Facebook gives you the option to combine Pages that represent the same company, group, or brand. If you mistakenly created multiple Pages for the same entity, merging Pages is a useful function that combines the likes and followers of the two pages into one. The steps below can be used to combine Facebook Pages:
Notably, both Pages must be administered by the same person and have names that are similar to each other and identify the same company in order to be eligible for merger.
Go to the Facebook Page with the most likes/followers that you want to keep. This will be your primary Page.
Go to the Page you want to merge into the primary Page. This will be your secondary Page.
On the secondary Page, click on the three horizontal dots (...) below the cover photo.
From the dropdown menu, select "Edit Page."
In the left column, click on "General."
Look for the option that says "Merge Pages" and click on it.
A popup will appear showing you the Pages you manage that are eligible for merging. Select the Page you want to merge into the primary Page.
Facebook will review the request to merge the Pages, and if the Pages are eligible and comply with Facebook's guidelines, the merge will take place.
Important Notes and Considerations:
The merge process is irreversible, so ensure you are merging the correct Pages.
Merging Pages may take some time, and during this period, the Pages will be unavailable.
Content such as posts, photos, and videos from the secondary Page will not be transferred to the primary Page. Therefore, if there is unique content on the secondary Page that you want to keep, consider downloading or backing it up before merging.
The username (Facebook Page URL) of the primary Page will be retained. The username of the secondary Page will be removed.
People who liked or followed the secondary Page will automatically follow the primary Page after the merge.